Welcome to Vagrant
We are a feral dog game set in Japan, based off the Ginga Nagareboshi Gin and Ginga Densetsu Weed manga/animes (though you do not need to be familiar with either in order to play here!). You can read more about the game here. If you already have an account, login - otherwise feel free to create an account and join us!
and I screamed at the top of my lungs 'best friends from now on!'
The sun beat down harshly, sending most creatures scurrying for the shade. It was actually a rarity at the moment and had been for quite some time. The rainy season had set in and most days had been over cast and full of the sound of rain and thunder. The ground had become quite muddy and Ennis had found herself quite liberally splashed with mud most days. That was all right, though, because mud was fun to play in. The only problem was that now she and Esca didn't have anyone to clean them off. They had to be self-reliant, he said, and they had gotten creative from grooming one another to taking almost daily baths in the large lake (although always with some trepidation that they might somehow make the world start barking back at them again as they had on their first jaunt there). So while most of the world was slipping into holes and caves and hiding underneath the shades of trees, Ennis was quite enjoying the bright summer day even if it was a bit warm.
Her natural gait was really more of a frolic than a normal dog's. It was full of a pleased bouncing, pausing and then bouncing all over again as something new caught her attention. It was a perfect representation of Ennis and how she viewed the rest of the world. Everything was a curiosity and everything was there for her to play with and be friends with. She didn't have a mean bone in her body. She was flighty and a bit of a ditz, although she was not precisely stupid either. She just preferred to live her life in pure optimism and to have fun through everything that she did. Right now, that fun was fairly non-specific. She hadn't run across anyone today and she had snuck away from her brother. She loved Esca very much but he was quite overprotective. Sometimes Ennis just had to get out and run around - something she had only discovered since they had come out here since she had always been with her brother. Of course, she would return to him quite quickly. She couldn't bear to be alone and to leave Esca fretting for too long.
The slender collie mix stopped in her tracks as she caught sight of what looked to be a squirrel. Ennis and Esca both had an undeclared war on the things. They were always and forever trying to catch them and Ennis felt as if it was quite rude that they would run to the trees; she was always quite affronted by the action. She lifted one paw and held it up in the air, torn between just standing where she was and in tearing off after the thing. Remarkably, it hadn't seemed to see her yet. It wasn't close to its tree either, or so she thought. Maybe she could catch one finally! That thought set her into motion. One second the mutt was standing there, poised with her ears up and every muscle tense, the next she was off like a rocket and the other side of her heritage, the borzoi, came into play. Her speed picked up and she tore towards the squirrel which finally noticed her. Despite her advantage of seeing the squirrel before it had seen her and of her speed, the squirrel proved that it could be just as quick and that it hadn't been quite that far away from the safety of heights.
Ennis put on the brakes as she drew near to the tree, her head craned upwards. She let out a frustrated whine and raised her paw again to scrape at the bark of the tree with it. "That's just no fair," she told the squirrel, who just scolded her in the noises typical to all of its kind.